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March 31, 1972 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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Detroiter at hicago -Interfaith, Parley Philip Handleman Berlin HermanRites
Enters Politics
Planned or Summer
for Delegateship

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Shown at the recent - National InterreLigious Consultation on
Soviet- Jewry in- Chicago- are (from left) - Dr. Andre Lacoque, pro-
fessor of Old Testament, Chicago Theological Seminary; Congressman
Sidney Yates; Rita Hauser, former U.S. ambassador to the UN
Commission On Human Rights and currently vice chairman of the
campaign to re-elect President Nixon; Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
national interreligious affairs director, American Jewish Committee;
and Rabbi Richard C. Hertz of Temple Beth El, Detroit.

Memorial Academy for Six Million Set
by Survivors; Librar)i Shows Exhibit

Shaarit H-aplaytah Organization choir of Oak Park High School,
— Survivors of the Holocaust— directed by Dorene Davis and
will hold- its annual memorial Martin Mandelbaum at the piano.
academy dedicated to the Six Mil- Linda Breimers, Maurice Klein
lion 8 p.m. April 10 at Cong. Bnai and Deborah Rose will participate
Moshe.
in dramatic readings. Jewish War
Leon Halpern, president, said Veterans and Bnai Moshe Boy
the organization has adopted the Scout Troop 23 will present the
27th of Nisan as the Day' of Re- colors.
membrance (Yizkor) in accordance
Mrs. Leon Popowski, cultural
with the resolution of the Knesset. chairman, will lead the candle-
"Ours is the painful and sacred lighting. ceremony by Mesdames
duty to remember the terrible Max Pine, Szlomo Szlamkowicz
and unspeakable period of Nazi and Martin Water and by Beret
genocide," said Dr. John
Lachman,. Edward Linson and
Mantes, chairman of the Remem •Herman Opatowski. A special can-
briuke Project. "The Six Million dle, in memory of fallen soldiers
Martyrs and Heroes were silenced in Israel, will be lit by Mrs. Sally
forever; they cannot stand up and Fields. Photographic exhibits de-
cry out the agoniring question: picting the Nazi era and the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising will be- on
`Why?'
"Auschwitz, Majdanek, Sobibor, display. Currently, they are being
Treblinka,-- Bergen- Belsen and shown in the Oak Park Public
many other extermination camps Li b rary. and schools, organiza-
must remain as a strong warning tions and youth groups are asked
for all people, -all nations and all to visit the library prior to April
times. To remember and 'to teach 10.
Mrs. Sally Fields and Abraham
—this is our great responsibility."
Dr. Moses -Lehrnian of Baal Weberman are-:-co=chairmen., The
Moshe will deliver the memorial . community is invited. -
address,, and Cantor Louis Mein
will chant memorial prayers and Is Japan Easing Boycott
renditions, accompanied by Do._
reen Raskin. Martin H. Rose, 'Against Israel Goods?
TOKYO (ZINS) — Israel Cir-
past president, will convey a cles
here are convinced that the
message, and Lewis S. Gross-
boycott
of Japanese products by
man, vice president of the Jew-
American
Jewry was a contribut-
ish Community Council, will ex-
ing factor in persuading. -the Jap-
tend greetings.
anese
to
moderate
their policy to-
Memorial selections from "I
Never Saw, Another Butterfly" ward Israel. They deplore the de-
will be rendered by the concert cision taken in May at the insist-
ence of Ambassador ltzhak Rabin
and foreign_ ministry spokesman
Shimon Amir; to abandon the boy-
Israel Has 'Lowest
cott because Japan seems to be
Illegitimate Birth Rate .knuckling under to the dictates
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—The prob- of the Arab Boycott Committee.
However, the Israel ambassador
lem of the unwed-mother exists in
Israel but to a much smaller degree to Tokyo, Eytan Ron, said Japan
than elsewhere in the world. It is has begun to make some changes
estimated'-that only 1 per cent of in its policy of economic discrim-
all births in Israel are out -of wed- ination against Israel, although a
lock. (In England the percentage completely satisfactory relationship
is still far off.
is 6 to 7; in Sweden -around 10.)
In the'first nine months of 1971,
Approxiaiately one-third of un-
wed mothers in Israel are age 17 Israel's exports to Japan aggre-
or younger, and - 50 per cent of gated $34,000,000 ($29,000,000 in
those have failed to- complete an polished diamonds and $5,000,000
elementary schooling. Over all, it is in copper). •
found that 90 per cent of children
born out of , wedlock are from fam- Unskilled Jobs Dominated
ilies of -oriental or Arab _back-
by Arabs, Paper Says
ground-
The problem of the unwed ' - TEI AVIV (ZINS) The- He-
Is-
mother is'the concern of Israers brew daily`Davar, organ of
minestry of social welfare. Ac-. rael's Labor ,Party, reports that
the
unskilled
labor
sector
is:
now
cording to a mialstry spokesman,
some 76 pereent et these-children dominated by Arab workers im-
ported from the liberated areas. .
He Placed. for adoption.
Jews tend to - regard work in
Israel law requires that the con-
sent of the father is necessary the ,citrus fields as beneath their
before the adoption proceedings dignity, says Davar. The agricol-
can be completed, while- in the tura sector is , in- Arab hands.
US., England and other countries, Eighty .-per cent of the workers in
the consent of the mother only is that area are Arabs.
Blame is placed on Davar on the
reqUired. , .
Quite apart from the question of various moshavim and kibutzim,
children born out of wedlock is which could manage with Jewish
that of children considered"illegit- labor, but employ Arabs which is
imate" in Jewish law because their more convenient. "WM Jews also
parents, while living as husband learn to shun physics'/ labor in in-
and wife; have not been married dustry- as well -as agriculture.'
in a religious ceremony. - asks Dever.-

Free TUBERCULOSIS SKIN
TESTS will be offered April 20-
23 at the Oakland Mall, Troy and
April 27-30 at Farmer Jack's mar-
ket on N. Perry, Pontiac. For in-
formation, call the Oakland County
Tuberculosis Association, 642-2800.

EASY-TO-SHOP MALL

I*YI' 1 FL!dii I

Evidence of youth participation
in politics was provided this week
with Philip Handleman's an
nounced candidacy as delegate to
the forthcoming Democratic Na-
tional Convention -
from Precinct 8
in Birmingham.
Philip, 21-year-
old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul
Randleman, will
conduct a house-
to-house canvass
to enhance h i s
candidacy.
He has had ex-
perience as a Handleman
campaigner. He not only worked
for the re-election of U.S. Senator
Philip , A. Hart, but also cam-
paigned for John Tunney's elec-
tion, in 1970, to the U. S. Senate
from California.
Randleman also campaigned for
Charles' Evers' election as Mayor
of Fayette, Miss., in 197L
"I am committed to the can-
didacy of Senator George Mc-
Govern for President, and my
friends and I -WM devote our
spare time, when not in school,
to help elect our favorite can-
didate," Philip said.
Philip Randleman is a junior at
Washington Univerlity, St. Louis,
Mo., where he is enrolled in the
political science department. He
was a Temple Beth El confirmed.
Like his parents, he takes an
interest in Tewish affairs and is
a volunteer workers for the Allied
Jewish Campaign of which his
father is co-chairman.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH . NEWS
Friday, - March 31, 1972-35

MISS MINDY -BERLIN

Mr. and Mrs. Al Berlin of
Webster Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Mindy to Sam Herman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rubin Herman of Kipling
Rd., Oak- Park.
Miss Berlin attends Wayne State
University. Mr. Herman was grad-
uated from Wayne State and at-
tends the Detroit College of Law.
An August wedding is planned.

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Douglas Ross, who is working
for his doctorate in politics at
Princeton University, has an-
nounced his candidacy for pre-
cinct delegate to the Democratic
convention from Southfield Pre-
cinct 23.
Ross has taught at Northwestern
High School in Detroit. He was
formerly associated with Con-
gressmen John El. Dingell and
Neil Staebler and with former
Senator Joseph Tydings.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman- Ross of Southfield. His
grandfather, the late Gregory
Ross, was a pioneer' Russian. Zion-
ist and was active in the Zionist
Organization of Detroit.





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